Howdy y’all! Yes, I’m Texan, but I promise my advice still applies to you. My name is Jason and I’m vibing in college. However, a lot of my friends are definitely not (ugh, freshman) and often need advice, so here I am to save them and others struggling with certain aspects of college. If you want to have fun and live your best life at college, you need to take advice. Even I did and it’s nothing to be embarrassed about.

What is this blog about?

This blog teaches you the things I learned and am still learning in college. We’ll cover finances, school, sex, drugs, parties, and much more. Pretty much everything there is to talk about when it comes to college. Most importantly, this blog is for students- not their parents. What makes this blog different is I’m really a student and I’ll keep it real with you. It’s basically the same as getting advice from a friend in the year above you.

Who am I?

I’m a straight male full-time student at a public university in the state of Texas. I’m currently studying engineering, but that shit is hard so we’ll see. I have a lot of friends and I party a bunch. I’m in a few organizations, but I don’t go crazy and try to lead all of them. I maintain decent grades and am paying my way through school with scholarships and my job. I’d say I do a lot because I’m almost always busy. And how do I manage it? I get very little sleep. That’s not for everyone, but we’ll talk about it more in another article.

Why am I making Vibe in College?

Why does anyone make a blog? I am going to try to make money off of it. But just because I’ll put ads on my website, doesn’t mean you should discount my information. I could’ve chosen any topic to blog and monetize, but I chose Vibe in College because I know I can give some solid and entertaining advice.

What will you get out of Vibe in College?

I hope that my advice will help you. If not, maybe you’ll find my articles to be an interesting read. If nothing else, you’ll see another perspective on the same problems you have or likely will face. The truth is, millions of American college students share the same problems for the most part.